We understand that starting a fatigue risk management program may seem daunting.

We have the information you need to help you. If you can’t find what you’re looking for in our library of resources, or have a specific question, feel free to contact us.

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May 3 2016

Are you a USAIG policyholder?

AviationPartnership

USAIG Policy Holders have access to some Pulsar products through the Performance Vector program. This summary document outlines which products are available and how to get them.

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Apr 27 2017

PVT WorkFit Info Sheet

PVT WorkFit

Learn how easy it is to identify employees with alertness deficits caused by fatigue, medication use, and medical conditions.

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May 3 2016

Fatigue in Corporate Aviation: The science of fatigue, operational risk, and mitigation strategies

AviationFatigue

Summary document explaining some of the key fatigue risk concepts related to the Aviation Industry.

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May 10 2017

Fatigue Risk Management – Valuable for Safety, Good for Business

AviationFatigue

Developing a culture of fatigue risk management is a must and, in many cases, can be a cost-neutral endeavor.

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May 3 2016

Our Fatigue Model

Pulsar

Technical summary document providing the scientific background behind the Fatigue Meter algorithms (including the biomathematical model).

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Oct 20 2017

Fruit Flies, Circadian Rhythms, and Fatigue Risk Management

Aviation, PVT WorkFitFatigue

Recently, it was announced that this year’s Nobel Prize for Medicine was awarded to three scientists for their research on biological clocks and 24-hour circadian rhythms. Although their experiments were done on fruit flies, their discoveries are directly applicable to our understanding of how humans are affected by fatigue.

Given that we now know where fatigue comes from, how to measure it, and how to mitigate it, it behooves us to become proactive and manage it. If you are considering when is the best time for your organization to embrace fatigue risk management, sleep on it, and you will likely find that now is just the right time.

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May 3 2016

Fatigue Facts: How Chronic Sleep Restriction Can Cause Fatigue Risk

PulsarFatigue

Chronic sleep restriction is common in modern society and may result from a variety of factors, including work demands, social and family responsibilities, medical conditions, and sleep disorders. Learn more about Chronic Sleep Restriction.

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Nov 2 2017

Fatigue Snapshot Info Sheet for Trucking

Trucking

Summary document outlining the procedures used by Pulsar to facilitate an operational field study for your trucking operation.

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May 3 2016

Fatigue Facts: How Jet Lag Can Cause Fatigue Risk

PulsarFatigue

Jetlag results when a traveler’s internal biological clock remains synchronized to their home time zone after traveling to a different time zone. Learn more about the circadian misalignment concept known as Jet Lag.

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May 3 2016

Fatigue Facts: How Working Long Hours Can Cause Fatigue Risk

PulsarFatigue

Working long hours or multiple consecutive days (without a day off) resulted in significant increases in injury hazard rate. This document summarizes the key fatigue risk concepts associated with long duty periods.

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